Celia Peterson

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Dubai, UAE - 08/09/2016: A worker takes a break on a construction site.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: The referee awaits the arrival of prospective kushti fiighters to present themselves.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: A prospective fighter comes forward from the crowd dancing and jumping to huge applause to present himself as a contestant.

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Dubai, UAE - 08/11/2015: Expatriate Pakistani men watching the Friday Kushti battle between Mohamed Shahed and Mohamed Salwa.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Expatriate Pakistani men celebrating the victory of a Kushti fighter.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Faisal (top) is from Hyderabad in India and works as a mechanic in Dubai. He started Kushti 7 year's ago having previously studied judo. He trains after work each day with his friends for around 2 hours between 7-9pm.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Portrait of a Kushti fighter.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: The 'Clown Doctor' Alaa Megdad entertains 10 year old Marrah Deyab in the kidney dialysis ward at the Al Ranteesy Hospital in Gaza City. Marrah suffers from kidney failure and for the last 5 years has spent 4 days a week, 4 hours each trip on a dialysis machine. She has been denied access to a hospital in Nablus, Palestine by the Israeili authorities where she needs life-saving treatment.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Ahmed, a prison officer and social worker checks on the inmates at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. The inmate numbers vary from 40-70 as the officers try to solve issues by communicating between the arrested parties before the cases reach the court.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: The inmates study the Quran as part of their rehabilitation.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Ahmed, who works as both a prison supervisor and social worker talks to a prisoner incarcerated for moral crimes at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. Prisoners are separated according to their type of crime: moral, theft, drugs, or murder. The prison officers create a general programme for the inmates to help reform their behaviour.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Baraa' and his mother, an inmate due to a 'moral crime' walk down a corridor at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. Babies and young children can remain with their mothers for 2-3 years after which they either remain with relatives of the inmate or are referred to an aid organisation based in Rafah.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: The Israeli army opens the separation barrier to allow the Palestinian farmers access to their land. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: Two women wait patiently in their farm vehicle for Israel to open the separation barrier to allow them access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: NabiI Daoud's secuirty pass or 'Tasriyah' which allows him access across the Israeli separation barrier to 70% of his family's farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: Samiya and Iyad Daoud taking care of their Zaatar fields, which are located on both sides of the Israeli separation barrier, which means they have limited access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: The Daoud family take a tea break from tending to their Zaatar fields, located on both sides of the Israeli separation barrier, which means they have limited access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Mohamed, Dr Narimeen Fadel Adwan's assistant and second in command at Hamas's female police unit, pictured at home with 4 of her children.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.

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Dubai, UAE - 08/09/2016: A worker takes a break on a construction site.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: The referee awaits the arrival of prospective kushti fiighters to present themselves.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: A prospective fighter comes forward from the crowd dancing and jumping to huge applause to present himself as a contestant.

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Dubai, UAE - 08/11/2015: Expatriate Pakistani men watching the Friday Kushti battle between Mohamed Shahed and Mohamed Salwa.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Expatriate Pakistani men celebrating the victory of a Kushti fighter.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Faisal (top) is from Hyderabad in India and works as a mechanic in Dubai. He started Kushti 7 year's ago having previously studied judo. He trains after work each day with his friends for around 2 hours between 7-9pm.

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Dubai, UAE - 16/11/2015: Portrait of a Kushti fighter.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: The 'Clown Doctor' Alaa Megdad entertains 10 year old Marrah Deyab in the kidney dialysis ward at the Al Ranteesy Hospital in Gaza City. Marrah suffers from kidney failure and for the last 5 years has spent 4 days a week, 4 hours each trip on a dialysis machine. She has been denied access to a hospital in Nablus, Palestine by the Israeili authorities where she needs life-saving treatment.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Ahmed, a prison officer and social worker checks on the inmates at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. The inmate numbers vary from 40-70 as the officers try to solve issues by communicating between the arrested parties before the cases reach the court.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: The inmates study the Quran as part of their rehabilitation.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Ahmed, who works as both a prison supervisor and social worker talks to a prisoner incarcerated for moral crimes at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. Prisoners are separated according to their type of crime: moral, theft, drugs, or murder. The prison officers create a general programme for the inmates to help reform their behaviour.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Baraa' and his mother, an inmate due to a 'moral crime' walk down a corridor at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre for Women. Babies and young children can remain with their mothers for 2-3 years after which they either remain with relatives of the inmate or are referred to an aid organisation based in Rafah.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: The Israeli army opens the separation barrier to allow the Palestinian farmers access to their land. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: Two women wait patiently in their farm vehicle for Israel to open the separation barrier to allow them access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: NabiI Daoud's secuirty pass or 'Tasriyah' which allows him access across the Israeli separation barrier to 70% of his family's farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: Samiya and Iyad Daoud taking care of their Zaatar fields, which are located on both sides of the Israeli separation barrier, which means they have limited access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Falama, Palestine - 04/08/2015: The Daoud family take a tea break from tending to their Zaatar fields, located on both sides of the Israeli separation barrier, which means they have limited access to their farmland. There are only three half hour openings per day and 300 farmers queueing for access, some denied entry on a dally basis.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Umm Mohamed, Dr Narimeen Fadel Adwan's assistant and second in command at Hamas's female police unit, pictured at home with 4 of her children.

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Gaza, Palestine - 10/07/2015: Hamas's female police in a weapons training session run by Umm Mohamed, the second in command of the female unit.